Plant Selection. Check the following list
when choosing a cyclamen:
• A plant that has not been crowded by
other plants during production; look for a full,
well-rounded plant.
• Plants with a few flowers open and many
buds visible either above or below the foliage.
• Plants without disease or insect
problems—discolored new or older leaves
(shriveled or yellowed).


Plant Care.
L i g h t—B r i g h t , i n d i r e c t s u n l i g h t i s
recommended to keep the plant alive, but direct
sunlight will cause the blooms to fade. Hold
the plant indoors in indirect sunlight (through a
curtain) and display it for shorter periods of time
in areas of less light, such as on the dining room


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Cyclamen Flower

Scientific Name. Cyclamen spp.
Bloom Season. The cyclamen is produced
for sale at Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and
Mother’s Day.
Flower Color. Pink, red, lavender, and white.
Varieties Or Cultivars. Merry Widow,
white with purple eye; Gypsy, salmon to red;
Swan Lake, white; and Rosamunde, rose pink.
Foliage. Bluish green, waxy, heart-shaped
leaves have a silver ring near the margin. The
foliage makes an attractive plant for up to 6
weeks after flowering.


Flowers. The flower is on a tall stalk and
is turned (reflexed) backward, resembling a
candle snuffer. The flower ranges from small
to large and can be fringed, crested, frilled, and
single or double. They usually bloom for up to
4 weeks. When flowering, cyclamen perform
better at temperatures of 55° to 65°F.
History. Cyclamen has been around since at
least the 1400s. It was transported to the United
States in the 1800s. Cyclamen is a very popular
European plant and is gaining in popularity in
the United States.

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February 14th, the holiday of Love
Valentine’s Day, as we know it today, contains vestiges of both
Christian and ancient Roman tradition. The Catholic Church recognizes
 at least three different saints named Valentine or Valentinus saint
valentine was a symbol of love because he stand up against the roman
rules that  banned marriage  at the time and he married couples
secretly after a while he was captured and killed for this and still
flowers the best that do love talking and every color has a meaning
 specially if you buy proflowers the
freshest and lives longer when you buy proflowers red roses bouquet     
particularly then it`s expression of love and passion. and it`s 



considered the most popular flowers to give on Valentines
buy proflowers The pale blue hues of a hydrangea or the deep blues of
 an iris can calm worries and preoccupation representing peace,
openness, and serenity, fresh floral arrangements filled with blue
flowers offers a cooling antidote to anxiousness. Or buy proflowers
pink bouquet   and you think of grace, gentility, and happiness.
Regardless of the shape of the flower – from the tight, small buds
of a pink garden rose to the delicate, open petals of a pink caellia
in full bloom – pink blossoms convey youth, innocence, and joy

With its origins tied to royalty and ceremony, buy proflowers purple
 bouquet represent dignity, pride and success. Whether grouped alone
in a bold range of rich hues or mixed in with other colors to provide
 depth and contrast, an arrangement filled with purple blooms
represents accomplishment and admiration

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